One of the prides of the Cebu province, the Naga Boardwalk and Park recently re-opened its doors for visitors after the onslaught of Odette last December 16, 2021.
Naga City recently launched its Christmas Tree Lighting at the Naga Boardwalk and Park last December 8, 2022. People have been raving about their excitement as the boardwalk is back to its former glory.
Before Typhoon Odette, the famous Naga Boardwalk and Park, was a stunning and photo-worthy location that Cebuanos and tourists alike loved to visit. However, its light had gone dark because of the aftermath left by the Typhoon.
Visitors and tourists are now seen enjoying the said boardwalk and are taking Insta-worthy photos. The boardwalk is now equipped with Christmas decorations, such as a giant Christmas tree! One of its newly added attractions is the Pasilong sa Naga.
Get your cameras ready, and do not forget to visit and have fun at the Naga Boardwalk and Park with your family, friends, and even your significant other this holiday season!
- Operating Hours: Naga Boardwalk: 24 hours
- Pasilong sa Naga: Tuesday – Sunday 6:00 AM – 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM – 10:00 PM. Closed every Monday.
HOW TO GET THERE?
Exact location: 6Q56+CC5, Cebu S Rd, City of Naga, southern Cebu
Naga City is 1.5 hours away down south from Cebu City. But it may take up to 2 to 2.5 hours trip during rush hours. So if you plan to get there at night, you might as well bring with you your extra patience and some food.
BY JEEPNEY: From Colon Street, ride a jeepney with routes 09C/F, or 10F/H and drop off at Jollibee Bulacao or Pardo Church (P8 fare). From there, take another jeepney with route 44 to reach to Naga Plaza (P15 fare). There are also some 44 jeepneys from/near CIT University in N. Bacalso.
BY BUS: From South Bus Terminal, ride a bus bound for Bato-Oslob or Carcar. Tell the conductor that you will be hopping off at the Naga Church, which is right along the National Highway.
BY CAR: Navigate with Waze or Google Maps and set your destination to “Naga Boardwalk” in Naga City.